Some UI changes in Shell’s extension preferences tool.
An effort to make GNOME Shell more minimalistic in both the look and the functionality
An extension that check for Shell Extension updates, pretty cool!
Settings in 3.12 offers a key to disable extension version checking
One of the very best Gnome-Shell Extensions you will find out there!
An alternative way for searching files in Shell.
Three new Gnome Shell extensions that could be your problem solver.
Yet another cool extension from mathematical.coffee, that places workspaces into a grid instead of a list.
Two new useful GS extensions added in the extension galore, providing users with even more options and a different approach.
A little extension that makes everything transparent
A simple way to get notified about birthdays in the system status area
Here’s a quick way to search your notes from the overview screen!
The creation of new Gnome Shell extensions seems to always be rising and never ceases to amaze me with the technological simplicity that users can bring the system closer to their needs. This time it’s all about two little tools that can prove uber-useful for many people out there. They are both menus, but with […]
Two new extensions that concern the appearance and functionality of our favorite desktop environment were made available, providing Gnome Shell users with two more little options. Although not very important or world-changing, both candy thief and avoid overview can be helpful or useful for many people out there.
Gnome Shell’s tray is the place where you can find everything that works on the background (torrent client, music player etc), or your contacts that may talk to you through the usual GS “bubbles”. Although this works great most of the time, sometimes things get complicating and confusing like when talking with people who don’t […]
This is a new extension for GNOME Shell from Alan Bell that adds an Amazon Store search provider to Shell Overview through a proxy, and display the results, kinda similar to Unity. Although I might not going to use that, it looks totally cool because you can set some awesome options, like the organization you want […]
How? I don’t know, I am just asking ;) Average joke I guess! Anyway, Daniel Sandman wrote a small script that prints in a Zenity Text Box a list of the extensions you have currently installed. Also it displays the links of the extensions, which is very handy!
Gnome Shell extensions are often created to offer something that isn’t even there, but we also see some little extensions that displace buttons, create shortcuts, or just bring certain things to the surface. This new little extension add a power off button to the panel. It doesn’t replace the menu entry, nor it offers anything […]
If you want to monitor your nVidia GPU Temperature at all times, this is the extension you are looking for. It uses nvidia-smi or nvidia-settings as default -if available-, and displays the GPU temperature on the right corner side by side with a nice integrated icon. This extension is available for Gnome Shell 3.6.
Although Gnome Shell is very minimalistic by default, in order to offer the user the ability to form it the way he/she likes, it does include some things that may not be useful for everyone. One of the most popular examples is the remove accessibility extension that many people use to get rid of the […]